The stained glass windows of the famous ”European room” depict the appearance of the grapevine during all the seasons of the year. This room also hosts a glass panel representing the Cricova landscape. In the ”European room” there were created all the conditions for organizing congresses, symposiums, business meetings, reunions etc.
The name of the room symbolizes the depths of the Sarmatic Sea, which existed here about12 mio. years ago (Miocene age), on whose bed shells of prehistoric molluscs got deposited and fossilized.
The originality of this room stems from the natural unprocessed limestone ceiling , which reflects like in a mirror in the aquatic décor with blue-greenish nuances. On the walls there are painted decorative aquariums, which confer to the room a note of extravagance. At the same time the space is equipped with modern facilities, due to which the true mysteries of the sea can also be heard and seen.
Here take place many high-level meetings with state officials and high-ranking people from our country and from abroad. The large airy room is decorated with thematic images from the field of viticulture and winemaking of Moldova. The plastic artists have created an luxurious sight inspired from the beauty of the ancient world. The atmosphere of Antiquity is created by the panels executed in a bright,rich palette, distinguished by its elegance and refinement. The works were created in the bas-relief technique, in line with the classical traditions of the ancient relief. The artworks and the wooden furniture are of a great value for the solemn décor of the room. Other noteworthy interior decor elements are the monumental doors, edged by marble frames.
The room that bears the name of the most beautiful room of any traditional house from the countryside of Moldova.
The room is decorated with oak furniture, richly ornamented with decorative national motifs. The rustic atmosphere predominating in this room is owed to the wooden ceiling, with baulks, that give the impression of former times. The high days and holidays of the Moldovans are always celebrated in the ”Casa Mare”. A Moldovan who keeps the old tradition will arrange ”Casa Mare” and will invite here his relatives, friends, neighbors and acquaintances.
”Casa Mare” is not simply a living room, it is also a memory place for the relatives. The walls are decorated with “prosoape” – traditional Moldovan homespun embroidered towels and wool homespun carpets, ornamented with geometric and floral elements.